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Understanding LON Protocol

Understanding Open Protocol Standards

How to leverage LonWorks technology to your advantage

What is an open standard? Simply stated, it is a systemized body of information and rules that are easily obtainable, commonly accepted and widely understood. Common examples of open standards are the “rules of the road”, currency and the Internet or worldwide web. Another example, the common light bulb is an open standard where the base and thread has a commonly accepted specification. While light bulbs are available in different wattages, dimensions and tints, any manufacturer can build a bulb that works based on the specifications.

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